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Powerful Door Hardware for Thriving Commercial Properties

Updated: Jun 2, 2023


Commercial door hardware encompasses a wide range of components that work together to ensure the functionality, security, and accessibility of commercial doors. At Architectural Design Hardware we offer high end Brand commercial door hardware to meet your commercial needs.


Here are some of the key components commonly included in commercial door hardware:


Door Locks: Locks are essential for securing doors and controlling access. Commercial door locks can include cylindrical locks, mortise locks, deadbolt locks, electronic locks, and keyless entry systems.


Door Handles: Handles or knobs are used for opening and closing doors. Commercial door handles come in various styles, such as lever handles, push/pull handles, and panic handles for emergency exits.


Door Closers: Door closers control the closing of doors, ensuring they close properly and securely. They can be hydraulic or mechanical and play a vital role in maintaining energy efficiency and complying with fire safety regulations.


Hinges: Hinges allow doors to swing open and closed. Commercial door hinges can be concealed hinges, continuous hinges, or pivot hinges, designed to support the weight and movement of heavy doors.


Exit Devices: Also known as panic devices or crash bars, exit devices are used on emergency exits to provide quick and safe egress during emergencies. They allow occupants to push on a horizontal bar to release the latch and open the door.

You may like to read our article Exit Devices Commercial for an overview


Access Control Systems: Access control systems manage entry and restrict access to authorized individuals. They can include key cards, key fobs, or biometric readers, along with associated hardware like card readers, electric strikes, and magnetic locks.


Door Stops: Door stops prevent doors from swinging too far open or damaging nearby walls or furniture. They can be wall-mounted, floor-mounted, or overhead-mounted.


Door Viewers: Door viewers, also known as peepholes, provide a small viewing window to see who is on the other side of the door without fully opening it. They enhance security by allowing visual verification before granting access.


Kick Plates: Kick plates are protective plates installed on the lower portion of a door to prevent damage from foot traffic, carts, or other impacts.


Signage: Signage on commercial doors includes labels, signs, or decals that indicate specific instructions or information, such as fire exit signs, room numbers, or occupancy limits.


These are just a few examples of the many components that can be part of commercial door hardware and can be supplied by ADH. The specific components required for a particular commercial door installation depend on factors such as the type of door, building regulations, security needs, and accessibility requirements.


LCN 3133 Concealed Door Closer

Door Controls

  • Concealed Closers

  • Flush Bolts

  • Surface Mounted Closers

  • Door Coordinators

  • Overhead Door Stop

  • Transom Closers

  • Floor Spring Closers

  • Pivot Set

  • High Security Closer



Door Furniture

  • Anti-Vandal Furniture

  • Escutcheons

  • Institutional Furniture

  • Narrow Plate Furniture

  • Plate Furniture

  • Rose Furniture


Vertical Rod Devices

Exit Devices

  • Exterior Access Trims

  • Rim Devices

  • Vertical Rod Devices

  • Strikes



General Commercial Hardware

  • Bathroom Hardware

  • Bolts & Catches

  • Cabinet Locks

  • Catches

  • Door Stops

  • Flush Pulls

  • Handrail Supports

  • Hinges

  • Indicator Bolts

  • Signage

  • Kickplates


Locks & Latches

  • Deadbolts

  • Key-in-Knob

  • Key-in-Lever

  • Mortice Locks

  • Nightlatches

  • Tubular Latches



Pull Handles & Push Plates

  • Architectural Pull Handles

  • Entrance Pull Handles






Electronic Security

  • Legge Privacy Plus Lock System

  • Power Supplies and Accessories

  • Power Operators

  • Fire/ Life Safety Closers

  • Electronic Locksets

  • Electric Strikes

  • Loss Prevention

  • Electric Mortice Locks



At Architectural Design Hardware, our Brands for commercial door hardware include but not exclusive to:

  • ALLEGION;

  • DORMAKABA;

  • LCN;

  • BRITTON;

  • VON-DRUPIN;

  • FEATHERS;

  • CISA;

  • LEGGE;

  • with so many more to chose from.


Commercial door hardware plays a crucial role in the functionality, security, and accessibility of commercial properties. It is a vital component that must meet stringent criteria to ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations.


Firstly, commercial door hardware is essential for the smooth operation of doors in commercial buildings. It enables easy opening and closing, allowing employees, customers, and visitors to move through the building efficiently. Components such as door handles, hinges, and door closers are designed to withstand heavy usage and provide durability to withstand the demands of a commercial environment.


Secondly, security is a paramount concern for commercial properties. Commercial door hardware must meet stringent criteria to ensure the safety and protection of assets, employees, and customers. Door locks, access control systems, and exit devices play a pivotal role in controlling access, preventing unauthorized entry, and facilitating emergency exits when needed. Compliance with relevant security standards and regulations is crucial to safeguarding the premises and minimizing security risks.


Moreover, commercial properties often need to comply with specific accessibility requirements. Commercial door hardware must adhere to accessibility standards, ensuring that individuals with disabilities can navigate the building with ease. Features such as lever handles, door closers with adjustable closing forces, and accessible door hardware heights contribute to creating an inclusive and barrier-free environment.


Furthermore, commercial door hardware must meet industry-specific criteria based on the type of commercial property. Different sectors, such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, and office buildings, may have specific requirements. For example, healthcare facilities may require specialized door hardware to meet stringent hygiene standards, while retail establishments may prioritize aesthetics and visual appeal in their hardware choices.


In summary, commercial door hardware is a critical component of commercial properties, and meeting stringent criteria is of utmost importance. It ensures the smooth operation of doors, enhances security, facilitates accessibility, and meets industry-specific requirements. By adhering to these criteria, commercial properties can create safe, functional, and compliant environments that cater to the needs of employees, customers, and visitors.


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